[Micronet] MONDAY: 8 Ways To Get Focused And Get Things Done: Noon to 1:30: 101A Warren Hall
Every get to the end of the day and wonder where the time went?
Having trouble finding time to get the big important stuff done
because you are drowning in the day-to-day? Then come to our
workshop Monday and find out how to use Agile/Lean's 8 simple ways
to get yourself and/or your team positioned to do what's really
important. These techniques have transformed places as disparate as
Berkeley, UCLA Medical Center and Toyota so there is a good chance
they can help you transform your work and your projects.
Time: Noon to 1:30, Monday, February 8
Place: 101A Warren Hall (corner of Oxford and Hurst)
Online: We will send out info on Monday
can come to the meetings?
Anyone with an interest in Agile is
welcome at the meeting. We learn by having
everyone from Agile neophytes
to long time users share
their knowledge and experience.
Do you have to register beforehand?
No registration is required. Just come to the
meeting. But for this meeting I would really
appreciate an email RSVP so that we can be sure to
have enough room.
How can I
get more information about the meetings?
Please get in touch with the meeting coordinator,
Judy Dobry ([hidden email][hidden email]). Do you have a Web site? agile.berkeley.edu is
our web site. It has all kinds of materials for both
new and experienced agile users
Do you have any other Agile activities?
We have an hour long introduction to Agile that we are
happy to present to any campus group that requests
Who organizes all this? We have an Organizing Committee that anyone is
welcome to join. Current members include Michelle
Bautista(CSS), Kim Carl (VC - Research), Jon Conhaim
(TPO), Judy Dobry (Grad Div), Devin Jones (Law),
Marlita Kahn (IST), Wendy Pennell (EECS), Donna
Seaward (Haas), Kendall Moalem (CSS) and Ken Sumikawa
302 Sproul Hall
Berkeley, CA 94720
510 642 1131
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